palaeoclimate

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palaeoclimate

(ˌpælɪəʊˈklaɪmət)
n
(Physical Geography) meteorol the climate of a prehistoric age
Translations
paléoclimatpaléoclimatique
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4] grass, vegetation possibly due to a drier paleoclimatic environment, and not the sequestration of C derived from the new vegetation.
The Restless Indian Plate and Its Epic Voyage From Gondwana to Asia: Its Tectonic, Paleoclimatic, and Paleobiogeographic Evolution
1989, Singular spectrum analysis in nonlinear dynamics, with applications to paleoclimatic time series.
After refining the local stratigraphy through U/Pb geochronology of volcanic deposits, the three records will be investigated with respect to different geochemical and mineralogical paleoclimatic proxies.
Nearshore marine paleoclimatic regions, increasing zoogeographic provinciality, molluscan extinctions, and paleo shorelines, California: Late Oligocene (27 Ma) to Late Pliocene (2.
This question has important implications for making paleo-environmental and/or paleoclimatic interpretations based on geochemical and isotopic analyses of belemnite rostra.
Paleoclimatic analogs to twentieth-century moisture regimes across the United States.
Occurrence-environment correlations (= niche) are estimated from associations under present-day conditions, and then transferred to paleoclimatic scenarios, generally derived from general circulation model outputs.
The main topics assessed by the group include changes in climate-altering greenhouse gases and aerosols in the atmosphere; observed changes in air, land and ocean temperatures, rainfall, glaciers and ice sheets, oceans and sea level; historical and paleoclimatic perspective on climate change; bio-geochemistry, carbon cycle, gases and aerosols; satellite data and other data; climate models; climate projections, causes and attribution of climate change.